USEF Approves Modifications to USET Show Jumping Computer
Gladstone, NJDecember 22, 2003U. S. Equestrian (USEF)
has approved modifications to the selection procedure for CSIO/CSI
competition that is based on the weekly USET Show Jumping Computer
summary of significant changes follows:
horse per rider will be included in determining a classs value.
In the case of a class in which riders are permitted to ride more
than one horse, the riders highest ranking horse from the
most recent horse/rider list will be the one to add value to the
all classes held outside the United States which will be included
on the USET Computer Ranking System, class values will be determined
using the same system as that used for classes taking place in the
will still age each week until they are 39 weeks old when they age
out, but will be slowed according to the following system:
Weeks 1-4 Points remain at 100%
5-8 10% (90%)
9-12 10% (80%)
13-16 15% (65%)
17-20 15% (50%)
21-24 20% (30%)
25-38 20% (10%)
minimum value for World Cup Qualifiers will be lowered from 6 to
classes in which U.S. riders participate will be included using
the USET system to determine class values.
waiver will no longer be required for FEI recognized competitions
outside the United States limited to Juniors, Young Riders, and/or
Amateurs, as long as they have points on the USET Computer List.
USET Show Jumping Computer Ranking List is used to select teams
and or/individuals to represent the U.S. at CSIO and CSI competitions
where more riders indicate a desire to compete than the organizer
can accommodate and for which there are no separate selection procedures,
as is the case with World Championships, Olympics, Pan American
Games and select other events.
complete show jumping selection procedure is posted on the USEF
website at www.usef.org. For more information, please contact Sally
Ike, USEF Director of Show Jumping Activities, at (908) 234-0848
extension 11 or email@example.com.